Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Bodyguards Won’t Protect Him
The rapper Tekashi 6ixNine is set to be released from jail in November of this year. But it will be interesting to see how he will protect himself once he is out of jail.
6ix9ine’s bodyguards refuse to work for him even after his release. It would seem Tekashi’s bodyguards, along with many other people, are done with his antics.
Why 6ixNine’s Bodyguards Refuse to Work for Him
They gave several reasons for why they refuse to protect him anymore, but in reality, we all know why they quit. Sources close to the bodyguards told TMZ that they refuse to work for the rapper due to the unnecessary risks he brings.
Before 6ixNine’s incarceration, his bodyguards were already getting fed up. Although Tekashi 6ixNine loves to act like he is a tough gangster who should not be messed with, this is far from the truth. Many people had issues with Tekashi due to the rapper’s affinity for making false claims of being involved with gang life and activities. This led to his bodyguards unnecessarily having to deal with and navigate street politics.
Initially, Tekashi was facing up to 47 years in jail. But thanks to his infamous case of snitching on everyone and anyone he could, the rapper knocked down his sentence to only two years. In a way, this has only made things worse. Many members of the gang he snitched on are being held in the private jail he is currently at. It was reported that 6ixNine feared for his life in prison.
What Will 6ixNine Do After Jail?
6ix9ine’s bodyguards refuse to work for him, so it should be interesting to see how he will protect himself once he’s out of jail. One might think that the rapper would seek help from the witness protection program, but he instead hopes to hire 24/7 security.
It should be interesting to see if the rapper will be able to find security or afford security. He hopes to jump back into his rap career where he left off. But this will be much more difficult due to all the bridges he has burned.
Tekashi 6ixNine will be out of jail by the end of the year, but this does not ensure his safety. Many people have an issue with the rapper’s false claims of gang affiliations. And the fact that when it came down to it, he was willing to snitch on everyone. 6ixNine will have to switch up his musicla content because everyone knows that it was all just an act.
What do you guys’ think, though?
Is Tekashi going to be struggling to protect himself once released from prison? Or will he hop right back into his old lifestyle of making music and money?